The Supreme Court is expected to announce its ruling in the Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby case on Monday, and Sandra Fluke is of course keeping a close eye on the decision. After all, the case will determine if Hobby Lobby has to provide its employees only 16 forms of birth control under its health insurance plan or the full 20 mandated by Obamacare, including abortifacients.
On Monday, the Supreme Court will decide whether corporations can deny women access to contraception: http://t.co/xZ247dqtMf
— Sandra Fluke (@SandraFluke) June 27, 2014
If religious rights are extended to private corporations, it puts us on a slippery slope. Sign if you agree: http://t.co/xZ247dqtMf
— Sandra Fluke (@SandraFluke) June 28, 2014
Fluke sends followers to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s petition site, which declares, “Plain and simple — A woman’s boss should not have a say in her health care decisions. No one’s boss should.” The government, on the other hand … but back to that slippery slope.
To What?Morality? “@SandraFluke: If religious rights are extended to private corporations, it puts us on a slippery slope.#ReligiousFreedom
— Momma4Life (@Wv_momma4life) June 28, 2014
@SandraFluke a slope you most likely will fall down
— DeathToTyranny (@PostmasterBen) June 28, 2014
.@SandraFluke Religious liberty is a slippery slope?
— BT (@back_ttys) June 28, 2014
@back_ttys @SandraFluke To liberals any liberty is a slippery slope.
— miles conway (@ConwayMiles) June 28, 2014
@SandraFluke ACA puts our healthcare quality on a slippery slope. This just reels in a small part. Don't like it. Don't work/ shop there.
— Astronauta (@Mi_Astronauta) June 28, 2014
@SandraFluke and by "religious rights" you mean "1st amendment rights" that you don't agree with.
— AtlasStumbled (@atlasstumbled) June 28, 2014
@SandraFluke The only thing on a slippery slope is your credibility. Corporations are run by individuals who have 1A rights. Respect that.
— R. D. (@Obolerfan) June 28, 2014
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